Kroeker said his bill, which would hit federal agents with up to five years in prison and a $50,000 fine for attempting to enforce such bans, is designed to be proactive in preserving gun rights in Wyoming.
“We want to get things ahead of the game,” Kroeker said, pointing to opponents of the Bill of Rights two centuries ago who argued that the amendments were not necessary because there was no [...]
As many here are aware, a number of states (33) introduced or passed 10th Amendment affirmation acts, as well as firearms “freedom acts” in 2009 or thereabouts when everyone began to recognize the tyranny so blatantly in our faces today. The mainstream media tried to pass all of this off as inconsequential, and meaningless (as they do on everything of importance these days); however, under the Constitution, these laws are [...]
Well, that didn’t take long. When U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Roberts implicitly defended the right for states to nullify federal law (seepage 4, section 5, “decline to comply”), we immediately pointed the most important fact of the case out to readers. Nullification is back in the news, as states seek to remind all of the hierarchy of power.
In our comments to Supreme Court Ruling – Healthcare Act Upheld, we wrote [...]
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Kevin “Coach” Collins
June 5, 2012
The Department of Justice thinks it can “order” Florida to stop removing illegal non-citizens from her voter registration rolls. The Sunshine State announced it will ignore the “order.” Let’s see Barack Obama and Eric Holder back it up.
The fight over States’ rights versus the strength of an all powerful central government has been set in motion; the fuse is lit.
Since Barack Obama and his Chicago thugs [...]
Prisoner Keith Judd got 40% of vote in West Virginia to Obama’s 60%
Inmate 11593-051 got on ballot by paying $2,500 fee and filing forms
Attracting 15% of vote normally qualifies candidate for a delegate to the Democratic National Convention
Just how unpopular is President Obama in some parts of the country? Enough that a man in a Texas prison received four out of 10 votes in West Virginia’s Democratic presidential primary.
Inmate Keith [...]
When a 1942 Supreme Court decision that most people never heard of makes the front page of the New York Times in 2012, you know something unusual is going on.
What makes that 1942 case — Wickard v. Filburn — important today is that it stretched the federal government’s power so far that the Obama administration is using it as an argument to claim before today’s Supreme Court it has the [...]
Sometimes voters get behind an idea, and we think to ourselves, why? Why are they even bothering when that idea, were it to become law, would be struck down as unconstitutional faster than we can utter “temporary restraining order?”
We smugly revisited that thought on Tuesday upon hearing that the Denver-based 10th Circuit had upheld a lower-court ruling keeping an amendment to the Oklahoma constitution from becoming law.
The amendment, overwhelmingly approved [...]
By Grace Wyler
Texas Gov. Rick Perry has been taking a lot of heat over some of the more controversial claims made in his 2010 small government treatise Fed Up! Our Fight To Save America From Washington.
The book is a fiery, anti-Washington treatise that lays bare Perry’s ideas on the dangers of federal overreach and the primacy of the 10th Amendment. Incredulous pundits and reporters are heralding it as a [...]
“Bond v. United States and Standing to Challenge Putative President Obama on His Eligibility to be President
The U.S. Supreme Court on June 16, 2011 decided Bond v. United States, 564 U. S. ____ (2011). The Bond decision does not say anything that has not been expected regarding filing a case which can establish standing to challenge Putative President Barack Obama on his legitimacy to be President. [...]
NEW ORLEANS, La.–Republican activists have waited all week to see a front-running presidential candidate. When Texas Gov. Rick Perry took the stage Saturday, they may have finally gotten their glimpse.
In a 20-minute address to about 2,000 activists at the Republican Leadership Conference, Perry decried the Obama administration and even Republicans he blamed for “apologizing” while touting his own record with remarks that sounded conspicuously like a [...]
By Giordano Bruno of Neithercorp Press
A Day In The Life Of A “Homegrown Terrorist”
There was a time when having one’s name listed in the despised ranks of those villains that governments often categorize as “terrorists” involved quite a bit of leg work, as well as an ominous running resume of death, destruction, and general mean spiritedness. Of course, if one examines the history of every [...]